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Master of Engineering (Biochemical)

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Biochemical engineers explore the development of large scale processes using microbial, plant or animal cells. Career opportunities for biochemical engineers exist in specialised biochemical industries such as the pharmaceutical and food industries but also encompass more traditional chemical engineering fields including petrochemical, minerals and energy, environmental consulting and fertiliser, paint and detergent manufacture.

Intended learning outcomes

To produce graduates who are skilled in biochemical engineering principles and have the ability to apply these skills to complex, open-ended engineering tasks and problems.


This specialisation of the MC-ENG Master of Engineering was previously known as the Master of Engineering (Biomolecular).

Last updated: 20 October 2018